OSCA study stalled indefinitely: alumni survey would produce crucial new data if allowed to proceed
“Even though we went through this process,” designing the survey, consulting, redesigning, and coordinating with the Alumni Association and the IRB, “it just seems that ... certain players didn’t want this data to exist.”
Not Just a Walk in the Woods: Students for Energy Justice Sound Alarm on NEXUS Pipeline
The odds that Oberlin, a small town making up only a few miles of NEXUS’s 256 mile route, will be subject to a pipeline spill are not likely; yet the odds that NEXUS will spill, or leak, or blast open, at some point in its lifetime, are almost certain.
“What Are You Going to Do About It?” Oberlin Students Witness the Ruins of Extractive Capitalism at RAMPS Fall Summit
“I ache for these people,” she said, “and I ache for this land. But we are educated, we’re motivated, we’re organized, we give a shit, and we’re not backing down! Because somebody taught us what you can do when you don’t back down.”